SNL 2020 has concluded. Presentations are available for viewing through January 2021.

Thank You for Attending SNL 2020 (Virtual Edition)

We are excited to announce that over 850 scientists from around the world attended SNL 2020 (Virtual Edition)--a record number of SNL attendees! Thank you to our attendees, speakers, poster presenters, and sponsors for making SNL 2020 a huge success. Thanks also to the planning committee and event staff for creating this new virtual format for the SNL annual meeting.

Although SNL 2020 has concluded, registrants can access presentation videos and poster PDFs until January 31, 2021. Did your colleague miss the meeting? Registration will remain open through January.

To receive a Certificate of Participation, Log In to your SNL Account and click the link at the top of your account home page.

See you at SNL 2021 in beautiful Brisbane, Australia!

The SNL 2020 sessions are listed below and on the Schedule of Events. Also see Navigating the Meeting for more information on finding your way around our new virtual world. Set Your Timezone to see session times in your timezone.

Registered attendees of SNL 2020 can also Download the SNL 2020 Program PDF, which contains the full text of this website including links to Poster PDFs, Poster Video Tours, and Zoom Webinars.

Schedule of Events

Opening RemarksSonja Kotz, SNL Chair

Keynote Lectures

Jennifer CrinionModulating speech recovery after aphasic stroke: Brain and behaviour

Elissa NewportDevelopmental plasticity and language reorganization after pediatric stroke

Hugues DuffauA meta-networking theory of brain functions: lessons gained from stimulation mapping in awake patients

Award Talks

Gesa HartwigsenAdaptive neuroplasticity in the language network

Laura GwilliamsTowards a mechanistic account of speech comprehension

Karen EmmoreyHand it to sign languages

Business MeetingJoin us!

Student SessionGrowing Up in Science

Symposia

Symposium 1Sleep and consolidation during language learning

Symposium 2Capturing developmental brain dynamics: methods for longitudinal language research

Symposium 3Linguistic levels of representation: Challenges at the interfaces

Slide Sessions

Slide Session A

Slide Session B

Slide Session C

Slide Session D

Poster Sessions

Poster Session A

Poster Session B

Poster Session C

Poster Session D

Poster Session E

Poster Session F

Poster Session G

Poster Session H

Sponsors

The MIT Press

Brain & Language

Rogue Research Inc.

Brain Vision LLC

Closing RemarksSonja Kotz, outgoing SNL Chair, and Matt Lambon-Ralph, incoming SNL Chair